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and the defense and death of that industry can achieve in engineering. the site is insufficient and it wouldn't make sense to build a site so i think it is a rather simple question and what was learned in this particular instance was that the assumptions, the design assumptions, the factors with regard to externals defense that could occur didn't match the event that did occur. this was a once in a thousand year event that no one imagined, and the unimaginable happened. so the thought that must go into the engineering factors associated with construction in any disaster region needs to be executed very well. >> next question is a net fishery. the question is what is or should japan do to assess the long-term state of contamination and isn't affected? >> that's a great question and especially given the size of the fishery and the moment the fishery and the affected area is closed and there was a recent paper not so long ago showing that the level was sent really dropping as quickly as people had expected and the reason it wasn't expected is because we know little about the fate and transport o
got that. we're going to the super bowl. and the stingiest defense until the nfl, this is smith's wrecking company. >> reporter: throughout the city, san francisco police were keeping a close eye on public drinking. officers made sure they confiscated any liquor out in the open but they say all they had was maybe about a handful of arrests. here's a little bit of super bowl trivia for you, and i know again, frank is probably well aware of this. san francisco is hoping to be the first market to win both a world series and a super bowl in one season since the boston red sox did as well as the new england patriots back in 2004 and 2005. reporting live in san francisco, cate cauguiran cbs 5. >>> and then we just need the sharks to go to the stanley cup, right. >> you never know. they're 1 and 0. >> lots of excitement, plenty of fan excitement and the future home of the 49ers silicon valley. >> stay tuned. >> fans jammed sports bars cheering for two teams, 49ers and their win over atlanta and the san jose sharks who won the season opener in calg
the three favored requiring background checks on all gun purchases. defense secretary leon panetta expressed his support for gun control thursday during an address u.s. troops in italy. he told a group only soldiers need assault weapons. >> who the hell these ar armor piercing bullets except for you guys? i am a hunter. i have done duck hunting since i was 10 years old. i loved to hunt. i love to be able to share that doing with my kids, but, i mean, for the life of me, i don't know why the hell people have that an assault weapon. >> and the report says students in mississippi are being expelled and incarcerated for minor offenses due to harsh school policies that mainly affect youth of color. the report by groups including the aclu and naacp follows the filing of a justice department lawsuit alleging officials in meridian, mississippi have created a school to prison pipeline. sending students to juvenile detention for violations like flatulence or breaking the dress code. the report says a five-year old boy was escorted home in a police car for dress code violation. the school required blac
alexander, but it was self-defense. >> hey, what's going on? >> reporter: the jury heard this voicemail arias left on alexander's phone hours after she killed him. morbidly enough, she invited a man she knew was dead to come visit her. she repeatedly used alexander's password to check the messages on his phone. stalking him, they say, even in death. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, phoenix. >>> let's check in with our legal team. "gma" legal analyst, dan abrams, along with nancy grace, who is going to cover the trial on her hln show. prosecutors always have the first go. the case seems strong. but this is relentless. >> there is an enormous amount of evidence here now. not just that she lied. but she lied again. the question in this case, and i think probably all the lawyers recognize this, is not is she going to be convicted? it's what is she going to be convicted of? will it be second-degree murder? will it be first-degree murder? will she get the death penalty? those are the key questions. that's why the interrogation tapes become really tricky for her. on the one ha
measures of success. first, the president must provide defense against foreign or domestic threat. secondly, the president must retain or expand economic, political and/or social opportunities. this becomes the primary challenge that the nation feels secure from military threats. third, the president must be effectively lead congress. since the nation began, there's been a perennial conflict between the executive and legislative branches of government. most presidents will extend their exclusive dance of authority to the utmost. congress, on the other hand, generally seek to limit the president's freedom of action. it's understood, however, that from time to time setting such limits may be needed. fourth, the president must avoid a spirit of invincibility. of hubris that might cause a president to lose touch with the political reality. five, the president must exercise influence over and effectively communicate with the nation, he must be able to communicate persuasively. six, it majority of american people must i believe in the president's integrity, and have sustained a substantial level
and killed. >> reporter: police called it self-defense. the panthers noting that hunton was shot five times called it murder. hunton's funeral was packed with 1,500 mourners, even drawing some of hollywood. after hunton's funeral, marlon brando expressed the need for whites to become part of the struggle. >> we have a long way to go and a lot to learn. i haven't been in your place. i haven't suffered the way you've suffered. i am just beginning to learn the nature of that experience. >> the black panther party continued for several years but by the mid-1970s began to disintegrate. >> the black panthers had its day in history and hopefully the youth will take a lesson and take a page from our history. and move forward to carry on where we left off. >> i don't think they accomplished a darn thing. i think they hurt oakland more than anything else. >> reporter: he says he often speaks to past panthers. >> we talk very enthusiastically. in a very romantic way about the 60s, the panthers. >> still to come on a second look, morris dees has devoted his life to peace. >> and why rosa parks has beco
with this towchdown pass, less than 30 seconds left in the half. niners down 24-14 at the half. the niners defense holds atlanta scoreless in the second. gore with the touchdown here to bring the niners within three. then david acres ties it up with a 38-yard field goal off the up right. his woes continue. harbaugh can't believe it. there's alex smith sitting on the sidelines. the niners with the drive once again and it looks like they were going to seal the deal. michael crabtree fumbles on the goal line and the falcons recover. the niners defense holds. the niners come back and score with this frank gore run. gore the mvp of the nfc championship game, final 28-24. jim and john harbaugh going to the super bowl, first time in 18 years that the niners are going. they'll try to join pittsburgh as the only franchise with six super bowl titles. two brothers will be coaching against each other in the super bowl. >> first time that's happened. niner fiver is still high this morning. we have been out live in the city talking to people who are still glowing. >> reporter: good morning. they can't believe i
boyfriend in self-defense. >>> you saw it unfolding live. the dramatic rescue of a woman trapped for hours between two concrete walls. how did she get there? we may learn the answer "happening now." jon: back to our top story. we're awaiting president obama's new gun control proposals. the president is expected to caller to the most sweeping changes to gun laws in years, if not decades, prompting concerns among supporters of gun rights in this country. good morning to you. i'm jon scott. jenna: i'm sure glad you're not stuck between two walls. that would put a damper on the show. jon: would make it difficult to get here and do the research. jenna: we'll try to get answers on that story. hi, i'm jenna lee. in less than an hour the president will outline his efforts to curb goon violence. he is expected to ask congress to ban military-style assault weapons. many of you have questions exactly what those weapons are. we'll talk a little bit about that in the program. also on the list, suggestion to ban high-capacity magazines as well. the white house also made it clear the president will act u
member than from the enemy. but the department of defense and all the services have done little except a lot of lip service in terms of addressing this issue. >> is the second term a time we might see it? we have been hearing critique of the cabinet but weather the secretary of defense is a man or woman, as secretary of defense, we want that person addressing these questions. will we see a stronger motivation to address the questions of military sexual assault in the second term? >> i certainly hope so. we are having a hearing in congress this week where more than 41 young recruits, new trainees were sexually assaulted or harassed by 19 military training instructors. it wasn't because women came forward and talked about it. only one reported it. there's a fear of reporting it. if you report it, your career is over. >> is there something we can learn from sort of the culture of the military which is at this moment, managing poorly in some ways the influx of new women service members and what's going on in the u.s. house of representatives and the u.s. senate which are still dominated by
mile to assure the russians about future u.s. missile defense moves. >> after my election, i will be more flexible. >> it's going to be harder this time. i don't see where u.s./russian relations can productively go. that's going to be a big problem for the president, starting, of course, with syria. but ooh ran is the even bigger issue that is undecided. we have gotten some russian help, so far on iran. but it doesn't mean we will get russian help with the next step. >> the arab spring signaled the fall of middle-east leaders with whom u.s. officials had, for 30 years, cultivated careful relationships. president obama called on hosni mubarak to step down. >> a change must take place. >> allocated u.s. resources for a no-fly zone in libbia, leading to the killing of moammar khadafy. but while calling for bashir al-assad to step down, a war continues. >> overall, president obama's legacy toward the middle-east is one of limited american activism. that is carcaturd by how we handled egypt, libya, syria, iraq. >>. >> there are unanswered questions about the investigation into the
, secretary of defense. and i want to go to josh elliott because he's there among the crowd as the president is getting ready to pass by in the motorcade. josh? >> that's right, diane. the president making his way past as we speak. again, you can see this motorcade, traveling past. they have now -- the crowd's pushed against the rails. it is not unlike the finish to a horse race. the rail birds cheers him home. and president obama cannot help but perhaps feeling that way. the sun going behind the clouds. but there is no gloom, now, on the streets. you can see, as he passed us right here, the motorcade about 20 vehicles long, as he makes his way the last half-mile or so, down pennsylvania avenue, heading east, towards the capitol. you can see the finish in sight, diane. again, as the crowds have suddenly swelled here along the parade route. >> and all those american flags flanking pennsylvania avenue, as the president heads to the capitol. we'll take a quick break. the swearing in and the speeches coming up. [ male announcer ] when moisture is this light, it floats. when hair is this hydrated
control. nine ares win up 28-24 in the fourth. the defense was spectacular in the second half. atlanta did not score in the second half. and came down to fourth down and the niners break up a pass over the middle. bowman there, as the niners hang on 28-24. they're going to the super bowl for the sixth time in franchise history. >> we do have team coverage tonight as we said. john alston and lillian kim are with fans alert alert but we start with mike shumann who watched the game live in atlanta. was it elation or relief in the niner locker room after this one? >> mike: actually, i think it was a little bit of both. very'slike yet excited but they have one more victory to go. i mentioned earlier, the 49ers are the first anymore nfl history to make it to the super bowl with a second year head coach and
be on the cutting edge of fuel efficiency standards. and finally, the department of defense, the largest consumer of energy in the world, needs to redouble its efforts. the pentagon is already moving in the right direction, but it's not just about saving money in the long term. it's providing operational flexibility and reducing velarde nurblet from inefficient and dangerous fossil fuels. those fuel tanker trucks in afghanistan and iraq might as well have had great big bull's eyes on them for terrorists. the military knows this, and we should give maximum support even in a time of gradually reducing pentagon budgets. this will pay dividends for defense and to the family budget if the pentagon gets it right. it's clear that america is ready and equal to this challenge. the president has signaled his interests in leadership. the question is whether congress is equal to the challenge, ready with innovation, cooperation and leadership. the speaker pro tempore: the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas, mr. poe, for five minutes. mr. poe: mr. speaker, in a remote region of algeria at an oil and ga
is middle linebacker. that's supposed to be the quarterback of the defense. it depends as much on trust and on the ability to lead as physical skill. maybe if he was an outside linebacker or a corner back, some position that relies just on physicality, nobody would care. if you're a corner back and have a wrap sheet as long as my arm, you could get drafted in the top ten. middle linebacker is a different kettle of fish. this is definitely going to hurt him going forward. >> all right, dave. thank you very much. you got up early with us. people should be reading your book. it's called "game over." dave, thanks so much. >>> coming up here at the top of the hour on "morning joe," go back to lance armstrong. he's now been told to give back his olympic medal after admitting he used those performance enhancing drugs for years. the "morning joe" crew is going to break that down and bat it around and talk about what's become an epidemic of cheating in sports. "way too early" comes right back. um... try the number one! yeah, this is pretty good. [ male announcer ] over a third of a day's fiber.
. the final game for a legendary defensive warrior. on top of that, it will be the first championship game to pit two brothers, fiercely competitive head coaches, against each other. should be good, down in new orleans in two weeks. >> who has it better than us? >> reporter: jim and john harbaugh are just 15 months apart. but in two weeks, they'll stand 15 feet apart, face-to-face on the biggest stage in sports. the 49ers stunned the atlanta falcons on sunday, to clinch the nfc title. >> into the end zone for a touchdown. >> reporter: big brother's john's baltimore ravens capped off a cinderella season, sealing their destiny by running over the patriots. this game has its own twitter hash tag, #harbaugh. >> we had a few fights and arguments. we'll try to stay out of that business. we'll have the two teams duke it out as much as possible. >> reporter: john and jim grew up with the game. their father, jack, coached some of the top college teams in the country. the two boys with him every step of the way. but the emotion may only be surpassed by the man wearing number 52, ray lewis, who will
of the defense subcommittee on appropriations, two minutes. the chair: the gentleman from florida is recognized for two minutes. mr. young: mr. chairman, thank you very much for yielding me the time. the emergency funding provided for the army corps of engineers in this bill and the amendment that you offer is narrowly drawn to help the states hardest hit by hurricane sandy. would the gentleman from new jersey, mr. frelinghuysen, the very capable and effective chairman of the energy and water development subcommittee, yield for a question? mr. frelinghuysen: i yield to you. pleasure. mr. young: despite my earlier comments, i'm concerned that the flood control and coastal emergency funds appropriated by our committee in previous acts are still available for other emergency needs that occurred prior to sandy, and i would appreciate the gentleman's responsible to that. . mr. frelinghuysen: these are funds we believe that are required to respond to emergency needs for the army corps of engineers related to hurricane sandy. by appropriating these funds for this direct purpose, other prior appropriat
the military help come from? >> it could come from europe and even closer. a senior defense official tells me now that defense secretary leon panetta has assured americans that the u.s. military will take all necessary and proper steps to deal with this attack. what could that mean? most importantly, the pentagon's africa command has what is called a commander and extremist force. it's a small, very lethal force that is dedicated to hostage rescue and counterterrorism. they are at an undisclosed location but we're told they are on a very, very short window to be put into action. now, expanding out just a little bit, take a look at the map, look at where algeria is. look at where this oil facility is. you can take a look in italy, the u.s. has air bases in italy which they could use a cargo lift, they could also use surveillance plates from there and they also have about 150 marines that are trained in crisis intervention in italy and also as we move over to rota, spain, there are two marine corps anti-terrorism bases there. further out, if necessary, back here on the east coast, all u.s. spec
the national defense authorization act because he had a connection with a freedom fighter, nelson mandela. he just got off the terrorist list in 2008. he had a relation to a terrorist. under the present administration, and you can take americans to jail without due process. the black freedom movement has always been suspicious of it. we have black prisoners in their precisely because they were willing to tell the truth that was a threat and we do not talk about them. that is why the culture of fear is not just violence. people are afraid. they are afraid to lose their jobs. they are afraid to lose their status. not going to be nice tea parties, the white house. you cannot have a culture of fear and generate a movement. it is not just about justice. we have got to talk about love. martin was a titan of love. if you are not talking about love and willingness of sacrifice, we are not going nowhere. you have to be willing to hit the streets, go to jail, to die. that is what it is about. if you are not willing to do that, keep your job and drink your tea. we are in the state of emergency. [laughte
, kron 4. >> there has been a spike and women for signing up for self-defense class's. >> one of these woman was attacked in san francisco. additional class's have been added. reporting in the newsroom, scott rates, kron 4. the oaklandon violence with two of the four murders this weekend work involving groups of people. these are people that are involved in 90% of the violence in oakland. >> chief jordan is enlisting help of the c h p, and the sheriff's department to help with this search of violence. haazig madyun kron 4. >> now, a look at this the fbi has been here for one week. they have only been doing site preparation. j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> in san francisco the 49ers fever's this spreading. they are purchasing merchandise at justin herman plaza. the city is a buzzing. >> it definitely seeing a lot of red. >> oh my gosh! family it is like the world series for everybody is walking a round very happy. >> reporter: roncalli, kron 4. >> bart rider ship is up by 6% and the last year. 391,000 passengers are taking part. but the problem is that that is more than they expe
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of foreigners hostage at the natural gas field in algeria into the number of americans. defense secretary leon panetta said earlier today that calling the situation in terrorist attack is appropriate. the militants, the terrorists, claiming they attacked and revenge because algeria allowed western jets to use their airspace to attack islamist fighters in neighboring mali. joining us now, pulitzer prize-winning journalist, fox is contributor judith miller, terrorism analyst. thank you both for being here. this grouping of hostages and terrorists right now are surrounded by the algerian military. we don't know what the situation is. we have had scant reports, and that is probably an overstatement as to the degree. what is, in your judgment moi the federal governor response. >> right now they have to depend eventually of special forces who are around the side at the moment the algerians are asking us to set back. everyone is sweating this see what happens. i think what this shows is how dangerous this region remains an hello war on terror must continue. lou: your point. >> well, who are these agg
attack. we know that lives have been lost, but the question is how many. defense secretary leon pan nela speaking today. >> since 9/11 we made clear that, that nobody is going to attack the united states of america and get away with it . for that reason we have made a commitment that we are going to go after al-qaida wherever they are and wherever they try to hide . we have done that. obviously in afghanistan, in pakistan, we have done in somalia and yemen and we will do it in north africa as well >> also tonight some of the rescued hostages are starting to talk publicly about it. one man from romania said he heard gunshots outside of his office on wednesday. >> they started to shoot guys in the gate. they came inside of the hostage buildings and start to take hostages and i barricaded myself with another colleague of mine. >> so many questions of how they gained access so quickly. the oil company said it spans 7 acres and mined with explosives with the militants planing to blow it up. greg, what do we know about the people who survived and the people who died now that the operation is o
, but with the voices we lift in defense of our most ancient values and enduring ideas. let us each of us now embrace with solemn duty and awesome joy what is our lasting birth right. with common effort, and common purpose, with passion, and dedication, let us answer the call of history and carry into an uncertain future that precious light of freedom. thank you, god bless you. and may he forever bless these united states of america. >> at this time, please join in welcoming award winning artist, kelly clarkson, accompanied by the united states marine band. ♪ ♪ my country 'tis of thee ♪ sweet land of liberty of thee i sing ♪ ♪ land where my fathers died land of the pilgrims' pride from every mountainside let freedom ring ♪ ♪ let music swell the breeze and ring from all the trees sweet freedom's song ♪ ♪ let mortal tongues awake let all that breathe partake ♪ ♪ let rocks their silence break ♪ ♪ our father's god to thee author of liberty to thee we sing ♪ ♪ long may our land be bright with freedom's holy light ♪ ♪ protect us by thy might great god our king ♪ >> wow.
could be taken to jail without due process or judicial process under the national defense authorization act because he had a connection with a freedom fighter, nelson mandela. he just got off the terrorist list in 2008. he had a relation to a terrorist. under the present administration, and you can take americans to jail without due process. the black freedom movement has always been suspicious of it. headwe have black prisoners in their precisely because they were willing to tell the truth that was a threat and we do not talk about them. that is why the culture of fear is not just violence. people are afraid. they are afraid to lose their jobs. they are afraid to lose their status. not going to be nice tea parties, the white house. you cannot have a culture of fear and generate a movement. it is not just about justice. we have got to talk about love. martin was a titan of love. if you are not talking about love and willingness of sacrifice, we are not going nowhere. you have to be willing to hit the streets, go to jail, to die. that is what it is about. if you are not willing to do tha
-made lake, provided the electric power to the california defense plants that helped win world war 12. hoover dam is one of countless examples of the kind of public works that defined america. from the erie canal to the transcontinental railroad, to the interstate highway system. such project its sim-- symbolized the nation's ambition and enterprise. >> we used to be the most efficient place to move people and goods in the world. gave us an enormous economic advantage. and that's because our parents and great grandparents built these great ports and airports and so forth. >> but that was then. this is now. across the industrialized world in places like china and germany, high speed railroads and gleaming new airports, and here in the united states? an infrastructure so outdated that it will take some 2 toy-- 2.2 trillion to fix it, according to the american society of civil nears: -- engineers. there are many reasons behind this grim picture but one reason some experts tell us is how long it takes to approve such projects. >> if you want to understand what's happening, or what is to the happe
very much. in defense of me asking you three or four as it were to come up here, i'm delighted that we did this now rather than waiting until the very end because, mr. ryan, i don't even know -- and you don't have to respond to this -- but i don't know what day we have to have it ready. and so i viewed that as committee chairman, speaking with each other, including our republican leadership, that we were trying to do the correct thing and to make sure the administration read us as clear. this is not a poison pill. this would be something that the senate would have to agree to and public comments out of the senate by senate democrats have indicated the willingness to accept it. >> right. that's one of the reasons we are doing it now because we don't want to bring it to brinksmanship. the statement of administration policies, snap, we use acronyms around here, we don't know what the x date is, meaning the date when the borrowing money is run out. it's estimated that that occurs sometime between february 15 and march 15, but we don't know when that is. we don't want to test it. that's why
the colorado river created an immense man-made lake, provided the electric power to the california defense plants that helped win world war 12. hoover dam is one of countless examples of the kind of public works that defined america. from the erie canal to the transcontinental railroad to the interstate highway system. such project its sim-- symbolized the nation's ambition and enterprise. >> we used to be the most efficient place to move people and goods in the world. gave us an enormous economic advantage. and that's because our parents and great grandparents built these great ports and airports and so forth. >> but that was then. this is now. across the industrialized world in places like china and germany high speed railroads and gleaming new airports, and here in the united states? an infrastructure so outdated that it will take some 2 toy-- 2.2 trillion to fix it, according to the american society of civil nears: -- engineers. there are many reasons behind this grim picture but one reason some experts tell us is how long it takes to approve such projects. >> if you want to understand
social security checks? do not going to pay defense contractors? bus was involved here. >> one more that i've got to go another person. >> democrats as dangerous. is it to the republican strategic advantage to get to that point and get as much as they can out of your party? >> no, because i don't think that is a weapon that will move us. >> so it's not that dangerous -- >> no, it is deemed dangerous. it is very dangerous. it is so dangerous that this country should not play with it and the president essentially says, i don't want to be leveraged that way because you're essentially leveraging this country. not me, but this country. >> republicans in the wyoming legislature want to use the unemployment reform in the payroll tax cut bill from last year so they can drug test unemployed people. the labor department has been issued guidelines, that they will presumably do the same thing. what do you think about? >> the only two provisions that we argued about in the conference committee, right, it only makes appropriate if you can drug test somebody who was let go of allegedly because of
here. and that is the sequester. $1.20 trillion of across-the- board spending cuts, half in defense and half in non-defense. republicans delight it. democrats don't like it. that creates an opportunity. there's also the question of how long do you extend the debt limit. i think it would be incredibly foolish to renamed on the debt of the united states. -- to renig on the debt of united states. but how long we extend the debt limit, that is open to negotiation. and between the two of how long you extend the debt limit and how you deal with the sequestered gives you an opportunity for another attempt at a grand bargain. revenue and spending restraint, especially on mandatory programs to get america back on track. we can do it. we have done much tougher things before. this is an next opportunity to put america in a premium position in the world. if we solve this problem, there's nothing that can stop the united states from continuing to be the most important and dominant country in the world. thank you. [applause] >> thank you very much. we will open it up to questions. i would like to
. >> you know, i was looking at a quote from the defense secretary, leon panetta. he uses more colorful language than i normally use on the show, so i hope our viewers forgive me, but i'd like to quote him. word choice is important here. he said this. who the hell knows what they're going to do from day to day he's talking about north korea. right now you know north korea just fired a missile. it's an intercontinental ballistic missile, and that means they have the capability to strike the united states. interesting if we could zero in on one part of that statement. who knows what they're going to do from day to day? it sounds like a reckless statement by the defense secretary, but a reckless assessment of a potential enemy. >> north korea is not a status quo power. it has used violence in the past to upset status quos that it found to be unacceptable. this kept the peace in the second half of the cold war. we had nuclear weapons. the soviets did. we didn't use them. the north koreans and possibly the iranians may not be status quo power. >> it's interesting you mention eyiran. when you
the second amendment right goes as far as to extend the right of self-defense that the supreme court found that you have in the home to when you leave the home is another question spirally. entirely. and i think, ultimately, probably the what happens in congress is not going to be greatly affected, is not going to be greatly constrained by what the supreme court is going to allow. i think the court on things like regulation of particular types of guns, waiting periods, background checks and things like that is, will probably be willing to -- we'll probably be willing to allow that sort of thing. >> i wallet you all to know that -- i want you all to know that i've opinion sending mash notes to my wife who's away. [laughter] i know this is a big appointment for you every day, you may not see nightly news tonight, but chuck todd actually had a report on what the president's going to recommend tomorrow, and i thought i would share that with you and get your reaction. beginning with you, congressman. universal background check, the president's going to push hard for that. prohibition of high ca
. we will build our defenses beyond challenge, lest weakness invite challenge. we will confront weapons of mass destruction, so that a new century is spared new horrors. the enemies of liberty and our country should make no mistake america remains engaged in the world by history and by choice, shaping a balance of power that favors freedom. we will defend our allies and our interests. we will show purpose without arrogance. we will meet aggression and bad faith with resolve and strength. and to all nations, we will speak for the values that gave our nation birth. america, at its best, is compassionate. in the quiet of american conscience, we know that deep, persistent poverty is unworthy of our nation's promise. and whatever our views of its cause, we can agree that children at risk are not at fault. abandonment and abuse are not acts of god, they are failures of love. and the proliferation of prisons, however necessary, is no substitute for hope and order in our souls. where there is suffering, there is duty. americans in need are not strangers, they are citizens, not problems, but pri
and not others and boll bondholders and defense contractors and social security recipients? host: jodie on twitter asks -- guest: sure, there are administrative costs, social security and medicare. by the way, in terms of administrative costs better than any other -- the administrative costs are low. of course there are. there's always a need to have more efficiency. there is no excuse for tampering with the full faith and credit of this country. host: joe from houston, texas. republican caller. hi, joe. caller: how you doing? thank you for taking my call. i have a question for you. the president ran on, you know, raising taxes on the upper class. he raised taxes on 77% of us. let's not forget that. he also ran on for every dollar of revenue, he would have $3 in spending cuts? where are the spending cuts? host: i'll have the congressman respond to that. where are the spending cuts? guest: the president laid out in his press conference there have been $1.5 trillion in terms of spending cuts. the budget control that. and before that caps on appropriation bills. and those caps have been ad
for sale on the internet would be criminal, if you facilitated that. that would be an affirmative defense for companies like backpage. backpage went to the courts. there are provisions to prevent internet companies from being held liable for the actions of others. they said we were pre-empted from the field and their freedom of speech rights prevailed. knowing disregard for the effects of their practices to enable this. this is the challenge that we face. we will try to go back and work on this. backpage.com makes millions on this. they refuse to institute practices to stop it. others do not have the same problem. we'll have a conference of mayors up and down the i-5 corridor. these young women are brought from town to town. one phone number was tracked that was being advertised. it was in the big cities like san francisco, seattle, portland. but also in little cities and this person is transported from place to place. the capacity for our police department is challenging. we are working on better solutions so our police department can share information and interdict this. is there a youn
defense on complex minerals and destructive resources don't make a lot of sense, but putting that aside, i think it's a new day. the role of economists has been totally changed in ages d. they're not supposed factor checklist skies they used to be, so i'm hoping for those reasons they have better rules, not just longer ones. i think we've seen some change in that regard and hopefully throughout this year as they were to knock off important priorities that this new paradigm carries forward in folks like you don't have to sue us as much. >> we don't like suing either. we always believe with all due deference to the lawyers, it's expensive and second, ultimately what returning to achieve is to make sure they show us get a better outcome to the deliberative process to regulate and you do when the force. >> already mentioned the staff study that went out on money market funds. it is revolutionary in so many ways, david. it is untouched by policymakers. i'll confess i didn't even read it before one on the website. we put it up there. there's an appendix i can't read because it's in math. it is u
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